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. >> there will be a memorial service here in washington at national cathedral on wednesday vice president biden will deliver remarks. >> vice president biden honored nelson mandela's memory by signing a condolence book. wrote through his willingness to forgive he inspired us and challenged us to do better. three decades ago then senator biden travelled to south africa. the two men did meet in washington after the release in 19990. >> there will be a civic memorial in san francisco on wednesday. today mayor lee opened a book for the public to sign and ordered flags on city properties be known half staff the day of his burial and later in this newscast. stay with us if you can. you're going to meet the boys choir who will sing during the memorial for mandela in washington, d.c. >> there is new information ahead of public hearings tomorrow. investigators expected to reveal pilots misunderstood how the controls punks functioned. >> the law requires dna samples to be taken from all suspects arrested for felonies. american civil liberties union saying the law is un-constitutional. the state claims it helps solve
of staff the vice president biden to get a washington insider's point of view next. ♪ >> bankrupt company, bankrupt city. what happened the? >> we lost our way. >> this does not look like my old man's cadillac. >> where the fastest-growing car brand in the world. >> a 111-year-old brand, doesn't have what it take you? >> the november employment report comes out friday morning and while investors look at the numbers more than one million americans are watching congress to pass an extension of emergency unemployment benefits. they are set to expire december 28. democratic strategist robert hoopes has been an active member in electoral politics are more than 20 years working in joe biden's senate office and later as a member of the obama-biden transition team and is currently the president of a bipartisan public affairs company. thanks for coming on tonight. we have to start with the breaking news, your reaction to the death of nelson mandela. >> at this moment in washington, we are talking a lot about leadership. you look at his qualities as a leader, perseverance, determination, the gratit
for a living. next in your "world tonight." >>> treading lightly. vice president joe biden is in asia tonight hoping to make progress on two sensitive topics. >> nbc bay area's janelle wang is here with our "world tonight." >> raj and jessica, one issue has local ties. vice president biden is expected to discuss the detainment of palo alto war veteran merrill newman in north korea. biden arrived there today. the white house has already issued a formal request for newman's release. the 85-year-old was detained in late october after the end of a ten-day visit to north korea. over the weekend, north korean television aired a video of newman apologizing for crimes during the korean war. experts believe the statement was coerced. during the war, newman served in a top-secret army unit. nicknamed the white tigers. which trained anti-communist guerillas. >>> vice president biden will also visit south korea during his trip as well as china where he will meet with president xi jiping. the two will most likely discuss china's new claim over the east china sea and the threat it continues to make to coun
,000 jobs added in november. the jobless rate fell to 7%. >>> at the top of joe biden's agenda in south korea. >> trying to land in fierce winds in england. the captain tried to land twice, he had to abort. >> we've lost one of the most unflu unlun shl and courageous human beings. he no longer belongs to us. he belongs to the angels. >> how does a man maintain his strength, belief, integrity on an island where he's been sentenced to life in prison? >> there is nothing as inspiring as to know that -- ♪ by toyota. let's go places. toyota. let's go places. jeerks captioning funded by cbs >>> welcome to "cbs this morning." the world is >>> welcome to cbs this morning. the world is celebrating the life of nelson mandela. the activist and political prisoner who became south africa's first black president died last nigh at the age of 95. >> he led his country out of apartheid into an era of diversity and democracy with a simple message of peace. mandela was born in 1980, the son of a tribal chief. his mother gave him an african name which means troublemaker. was a schoolteacher though who re
for his alleged crimes and because of his age and medical condition. and as mentioned also, joe biden is in south korea right now meeting with u.s. soldiers as part of the 60th anniversary of armistice. he praised north korea for releasing newman and added he didn't play any direct role in newman's release. he also called attention to k kennets bae, who they say should be released also, authorities released bae last year, he was a missionary and tour operator. he was sentenced in may to 15 years of hard labor, on charges of committing hostile acts against north korea. >>> and merrill newman is our top story here in the bay area. >>> and the cold weather could have been the cause of another death, the man was found dead in dublin, if the exposure to cold caused his death he would be the fifth person to die as a result of the cold weather. speaking of that cold weather we have new details on a water main break in castro valley that caused quite a mess. the crews were back early this morning, filling in the 10 x 15 foot sinkhole that opened up last night. this is what the street looked l
and police are dismantling camps. u.s. vice president joe biden said violence has no part in a democratic society. i spoke to steven rosenberg. >> are the ukrainian authorities using different tactics? >> certainly today we saw far more police in the center of kiev than we did yesterday, particularly in the government district a short distance from independence square here. what they were doing was trying to push gradually the protestors away from key government buildings. now on the square here, independence square, we haven't seen any police today. but the authorities have made it clear they would like protestors to leave this square. >> is there any sign at all of an end to this stand-off between the government and the protestors? >> no sign at the moment. these protestors say they are determined to remain here in the center of kiev. opposition leaders have shown they are capable of bringing on to the streets of kiev huge crowds, hundreds of thousands. they came here and gathered on the square on sunday. and yet they have been unable to force concessions from the government. on the oth
:55 is the time. vice president joe biden is on his way to tokyo. the first stop is his week long trip to asia. in addition to japan biden will also visit china and south korea. during his visit to south korea on saturday, the vice president will visit the demilterrized zone -- demilitarized zone. >>> game wardens have a now lethal way -- the killing of two mountain lion cubs in half- moon bay that prompted its new law. to safely capture and relocate mountain lions where as before they could only shoot and kill them. >> they always have to look at public safety first. but this gives them the opportunity to make other decisions. >> the law takes effect january 1st. the department of fish and wildlife they have already changed their operating procedures. so far at least seven mountain lions around the state have been saved. >>> sfo is bringing in dogs to help traveling -- to help travelers have a bit more enjoyable time. this week volunteers from the san francisco spca will start visiting the airport with eight certified therapy dogs. the purpose is to help soothe nerves of people who are kind o
. this as vice president joe biden arrives in japan for a week of talks. he'll raise the defense zone issue. joining us is the columnist and author of the coming collapse of china. so let's take a big step back. there's a lot of moving parts here. this new zone that china is announcing is a recent announcement. why now? what's up with the timing that china decides to make this stand? >> i think it has a lot to do with what's going on inside the political system in beijing. you have a new chinese leader. he's not consolidated control. most people think he has but i don't think he has and essentially what he's looking to the people's liberation army, for support. the p.l.a. are nationalistic and i think they're driving policies so therefore, it is very little pushback from the civilians. jenna: so for us, one of the ways this is impacting us is when passenger planes fly around or in this area, china says you need to let us know because this is our territory. so far they've told china they're doing this. japan is angry at us because they're saying we're acknowledging that china is taking over
president biden. speaking to reporters about being back on american soil. >> it's been a great, great homecoming. tired but ready to stay with my family now and thank you all for the support we got and very much appreciate it. >> we are following the story in los angeles. i have to say, he looks pretty good considering what he's gone through. >> absolutely. this is a 32-day ordeal. that's quite a lot for an 85-year-old guy to go through. he wouldn't say exactly how the north koreans had treated him. the only comment he gave us was the food was healthy. no other details. he was very much aware there had been heavy diplomatic efforts to get him released. something he acknowledged when he spoke to the press earlier. listen to this. >> i want to thank the swedish embassy in pyongyang and the american embassy in beijing for all their help. >> he'd been accused by the north koreans of crimes committed during the korean war. at that time, back in the 1950s, it was 1953, the war, he actually helped run a team of south korean guerrillas who where fighting against the north. as he was parting t
more coming up new at 6:00 p.m. >>> joe biden arrived in asia where he was greeted by caroline kennedy. japan and other countries are upset over china's claims that it controls new air defense jones airlines need to get permission -- zones and airlines need to get permission to ply over the zones. >>> the republican national convention said today we remember rosa park's stand and her role in ending racism. the problem is people don't believe racism has ended. the republican national convention changed the last part to say her role in fighting to end racism. yesterday was the 58's anniversary of the day she refused to give up her seat. >>> changes coming to a shopping plaza at the expense of small business owners who say they are being forced out. ktvu's eric rasmussen explains how a construction project is having an impact before it begins. >>> a make or break time of year for retailers but some business owners say their fate has already been decided. >> heartbreaking. >> reporter: he is shutting down after 26 years. >> we built all this. >> reporter: all that is left, a note for custo
>> some people they should interview, the pope or vice president biden or miley cyrus. those are good ones. "the morning joe" starts right no now. >> i'm excited. we got a look at one of the hate witches. >> they say ignorance is blitz. right, joe? that may have applied to the mcdonald's mcrib sandwich. a photo taken by a mcdonald's employee of a mcrib. >> sweet jesus. >> is there no shame? >> mcdonald's says the patty is formed in the shape of traditional ribs. they flash freeze the meat before sending it out to the restaurants. >> that is gross. >> maybe you are gross. there is nothing of a mcrib because it appears to be made of sickly et. i have always been a firm believer that the best food raises more questions than it answers. if anything, this photo makes me want the thing even more because it only adds to the great american mystery that is the mcrib. for decades the elusive mcrib has appeared and disappeared on mcmenus with little warning like a meat brigadoon. what brings it out of hiding, full moons, a surplus of slauths house floor scrapings? >> there you go, good
headlines. vice president joe biden has arrived in south korea for the final stop on his three-country asian tour. he will meet with south korea's president to talk about north korea, and then deliver a speech about the u.s.-korea relationship. give its crew a training program following the sinking of the costa concordia last year. it is building a training facility in the netherlands which will feature new simulators. it is spending $7 million to improve fire prevention tools on the ships. dangerous traveling conditions in the south and midwest, parts of texas and oklahoma and nearby states racing for ice storms with freezing rain forecast to fall in the areas tonight. the meantime, the northern plains are getting battered with heavy snow. 72% of america's public schools lack the broadband they need for digital learning. that is according to studies done by the nonprofit education superhighway, whose mission it is to bring high-speed broadband internet access to every public school in america. milliont announced a $9 round of funding led by mark zuckerberg's started foundation and the gates
and more of the day's headlines. vice-president biden paying tribute now to nelson mandela. he signed a condolence book at the south african embassy in washington. president obama scheduled to speak at a memorial service for mandela tomorrow. he died last week at the age of 95. >>> police in phoenix say a man pulled out a gun in the emergency room of a hospital and turned into a three-hour standoff as the guy locked himself inside a bathroom. the cops out there for three hours. eeventually surrendered. >>> iran's opening its first ice rink in more than 30 years. the leaders outlawed ice rinks in the islamic revolution in 1979, but the view now, the new facility, will give skaters, who want to go to the olympics, a place to prepare for the 2014 games. not a single woman in the video. that's still against the law. >>> 23 minute's the hour. lots of americans with modest incomes are facing higher deductibles under president obama's healthcare law, according to "the wall street journal," which cites a report from a company that compares health insurance plans. this report shows the average
defense zone. speaking of fighter jets, a progress report by president biden's trip to beijing and a look at what could happen next. >>> also, the mustang at 50. ford debuting the latest model of america's favorite muscle car on a monumental birthday. we're going to have an inside look with the ceo, coming up. ♪ ♪ mustang sally, guess you better slow your mustang down ♪ jenna: well, some new information todan the vice president's trip to china. big trip this week, and mr. biden's visit so far dominated by tension over beijing cease declaration of that new air defense zone we've been talking about for the last week or so. china says it has every right to set up the zone, but the united states, japan and south korea have so far rejected it. we have a former spokesman for four u.s. ambassadors, and a fox news contributor. that is the question, so now what? china says we don't really care, we don't recognize it, so what? >> it's a big deal for japan who is our great ally, and we don't have a very good history these last couple of years of supporting our allies, and that's the problem. w
president biden just stopped by the south african embassy and signed condolences book there, talking about the profound gratitude that america has for nelson mandela. he's expected to speak as a memorial service here on wednesday. >> all right. athena, you and i have been on many trips with the president. it is a lot of logistics behind the scenes. we understand the president is also going to be speaking at the memorial service. that is something worked out ahead of time. >> unfortunately because nelson mandela being sick for so long, i've got to imagine there was some preplanning done. >> absolutely. >> yes, get it all off the ground, big job. here's more of we are working on this hour for "around the world." be. >> cannot believe those pictures. >> that's sheets of ice flying off the roof tops. this is in texas. now the east coast getting hit with some bad weather. >> also, a soccer match turns bloody in brazil. fans rioting in the stands and, of course, we're talking about brazil because that's where the world cup is going to be. more security questions being raised now. >> and google,
the ukraine back to the eu. >> we saw quite a bit of discussion. the joe biden urged him not town leash force on the demonstrators. we saw how badly things went when there was a police crackdown on independence square on november 30th. the assistant secretary of state was in moscow pleading with kremlin officials to help bring this situation to some sort of solution to help ukraine find a path back to getting economic aid package that it needs from the international monitor fund. of course russia is keen on minute takening its influence here. they are said to be preparing their own rescue package. but none of that seems possible as long as there are thousands of protestors and thousands of ryeout police massing on the streets. >> ifill: is there anyone in a position to broker some sort of an agreement? >> not right now. it seems until this unrest sets we're well into the third week of this widening civil disturbance here, until that calls down, it doesn't seem that any solution is possible. and the question becomes what are the protestors willing to accept. as you said, they demanded the resi
to fight the cuts. >>> vice president biden is in beijing, hoping to ease growing tensions with china. he'll be meeting with china's president. today, biden visited with chinese students at the u.s. embassy there, urging them to challenge their government and not accept the status quo. >>> we have new details about that american veteran being held captive in north korea. turns out that 85-year-old merrill newman was part of a special forces unit that trained a secret guerrilla group during the korean war. members of the group were waiting to reunite with newman in south korea, just before he was detained. >>> and a bizarre scene to show you from a safari lodge in central africa. although really not bizarre. that's where they live. >> yeah. >> not just an elephant in the room. try six. the herd apparently likes to -- >> that's a lobby? >> they say the herd likes to take a shortcut through the lodge after feeding on a nearby fruit tree. it's not a shortcut to them, it's just how you go. who decided to build this house in the middle of our cafeteria? i think is a better question. >>> and fin
this year. says immediate corrective action is imperative. vice president joe biden says the u.s. is deeply concerned about a dispute between china and japan over chain of uninhabited islands in the east china sea. the vice president commenting at the meeting with chinese leaders in beijing. accusing the u.s. of taking japan's side in the matter. and he may become a world series champion as a member of the red sox. jacoby elsbury will be patrolling the also in pinstripes. he has reached a seven-year contract worth $153 million to play for the yankees. those are your news headlines on the fox business network. get you back now to lori and adam. lori: chump change. always a pleasure to see you. news alert for you and a story we are following this week, protesters continue to rally ukraine taking the streets over the president's refusal just days at the canadian government turned down the eu offer in favor of closer ties with russia. russian banks right about the economic stability of the country. russian banks hold 12% or $28 billion in premium debt making the largest investor as the central
president biden to tell them, ok, it will be ok. here is how we go through this. and to hear their problems and say, how can we make this better for you? host: here is a "roll call" story from last week -- noting a group of seven democrats are calling on president obama to appoint an official to oversee the ongoing repairs of the beleaguered federal health care website. jeffrey's roll over the past month and a half, talk a little bit about that and if he will actually be replaced by the white house. guest: he came into takeover and managed this whole project once we became aware of the website problems. he is really the ringleader of all of the fixes and things that needed to be changed on the website. he is going to move to a different position. we are not sure exactly when. he is scheduled to take over in january. the white house says they will replace him and we are not sure when he will be replaced or with, and the democrats, i think, led by a democrat from new hampshire, have asked, we want a long-term, permanent person in this position, so we know who's accountable and are not constan
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